Freshpakâ€™s new Fruit Tea Range
May 8th 2012, 10:38
Freshpak Fruit Teas combine pomegranate, apple, cranberry, peach & lemon fruit juice with Freshpak rooibos tea extract. Freshpak is South Africaâ€™s favourite rooibos tea brand. . It is naturally caffeine free and a source of antioxidants.
Freshpak Fruit Teas are manufactured under license by the Real Beverage Company and are only available in the Eastern Cape and Western Cape.
Available in convenient 500ml packs and 300 ml packs for on-the-go and 1,5Lt take-home packs.
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Coffee lovers are becoming increasingly concerned about where their coffee originates, whether forests have been cut down to make way for plantations or people uprooted from their villages.
Ciro Beverage Solutions (Ciro) recently exhibited the exquisite range of Five Roses Long Leaf Tea Infusions at The Good Food & Wine Show (21 - 24 September) to highlight that tea is no longer just a beverage, but a sensory experience.
When you next look for your favourite Freshpak Specialty in your local supermarket, be sure to look for the new packaging! The tins are being replaced with cartons from August 2012, and the distinct new packaging has been specifically designed to make it easier for you to identify on the shelf.
Ciro Beverage Solutions has announced that upmarket coffee shops, restaurants, hotels and spas will now be serving the new Five Roses Long Leaf Tea Infusions range.
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n an effort to accelerate understanding of beverage sector impacts on climate change and identify reduction priorities for greenhouse gas emissions, the Beverage Industry Environmental Roundtable (BIER) has published its research on carbon footprints for five beverage categories, including beer, bottled water, carbonated soft drink, spirits and wine.
October Retail trade sales slowed sharply to 1%
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Growth in South Africa's retail sales slowed to 1% year-on-year in October compared with a revised 4.7 percent expansion in September, Statistics South Africa said on Tuesday.
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Woolies to scrap â€˜copycatâ€™ drinks
02/02/2012 - 08:54
Despite only being asked to remove the "Good Old-Fashioned" slogan from its range of soft drinks, Woolworths has decided to remove the entire product range from its shelves, CEO Ian Moir said yesterday.